Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer would work with Nicola Sturgeon to tackle the climate crisis but has ruled out any deal with the SNP leader on the constitution. Sir Keir argued the focus should be on the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and climate change rather than Scottish independence, ahead of his two-day visit to Scotland.
Labour leader says PM more interested in ‘soundbites’ than action Boris Johnson is "missing in action" ahead of the vital COP26 climate summit in Scotland later this year, Keir Starmer is warning. The Labour leader claims the November talks in Glasgow are at risk of failing because the PM is more interested in "soundbites" than leadership.
Sir Keir Starmer claims Boris Johnson is 'missing in action' and failing to show leadership on tackling climate change ahead of crunch Cop26 UN green summit in Glasgow in November
Starmer accused PM of a failure of leadership ahead of COP26 conference Climate event will bring world leaders together in Glasgow in November Starmer told Guardian: 'Time is short, history will not forgive a failure to act now' Boris Johnson is 'missing in action' in the war to defeat climate change, Labour leader Keir Starmer claimed today.
WELL, at least we now know what political fun we are missing. Allegra Stratton, who was to have been the face of the Government from a brand new £2.5m TV studio in Downing Street until second thoughts prevailed, has just suggested we should join the Green Party to put some oomph behind the battle against climate change.
Sir Keir Starmer kicks off Scotland trip with attack on SNP climate record LABOUR leader Sir Keir Starmer is heading on a two-day campaign visit to Scotland with plans to attack the SNP government on climate issues. Both Boris Johnson and the leader of the opposition will be in Scotland this week as the major November COP26 climate summit comes closer.
‘There’ll be no coalition going into those elections,’ says Labour leader Related video: Second Scottish independence referendum will be held, says Nicola Sturgeon Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has ruled out any form of electoral pact with the SNP on “constitutional” issues ahead of the UK’s next general election.
Ministers have failed to agree replacement on EU safety standards system, as Starmer vows to keep 2019 manifesto pledge, writes Matt Mathers Wednesday 04 August 2021 08:32 Superstar. Sky Brown has won bronze at the women’s skateboarding event in Tokyo. Britain’s youngest ever summer Olympian picks up Team GB’s first medal in the competition.
When Sir Keir Starmer suggested that he would “make a strong case for the UK” in the event of a border poll, he faced a depressing but predictable backlash from some of his comrades. Although Labour is very proud of its role in delivering the Belfast Agreement, it has never lived up to its commitment to respect Northern Ireland’s place in the United Kingdom unless and until people vote to change it.
Exclusive: Commitment to Green New Deal ‘as strong now as ever’, says Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn addresses climate protest in London Sir Keir Starmer has committed Labour to the ambitious climate crisis target of achieving the “substantial majority” of greenhouse gas emission cuts by 2030.
Exclusive: Labour leader says prime minister’s lack of ambition risks failure of Cop26 Vital UN climate talks are at risk of failure because Boris Johnson is “missing in action” while his climate spokesperson talks about freezing bread, Keir Starmer has warned. The Labour leader said there is already “dystopia” all around caused by climate breakdown, but Johnson’s ambition to tackle the scale of the crisis is irresponsibly small.
Boris Johnson will not meet Scotland's first minister for talks during a two-day visit to Scotland beginning on Wednesday. Nicola Sturgeon had invited the prime minister to her official residence to discuss recovery after the Covid pandemic. But that will not happen, according to a letter seen by the BBC.
KEIR STARMER "does not look like the Prime Minister in waiting" according to the public, in what is a devastating blow for the Opposition leader as Labour's popularity continues to slide. Keir Starmer ‘deplorably weak opposition’ says Adonis He has also been warned by a top aide that millions of Britons still have no idea what he or Labour stand for.
With various left and soft left groups on the sidelines, the party’s right is in the ascendant Tue 3 Aug 2021 05.00 EDT Last modified on Tue 3 Aug 2021 07.19 EDT Recent developments in the Labour party have once again highlighted how, despite the leader’s promise to end factionalism, internal divisions are alive and well.
"His own family knows he's a liar," he said, adding that voters need to be targeted with messages on stuff they really care about. Dominic Cummings has urged Sir Keir Starmer to give voters “something they care about”, saying most know that the prime minister is a liar but still vote for him anyway.
SIR KEIR Starmer will copy Joe Biden's barrage of "woke policies" should the Labour Party win power in a general election, a leading academic has told Express.co.uk. Keir Starmer has 'moral principles of a jellyfish' says Galloway The Labour leader is preparing to speak at the party's annual conference in September - the first time he will do so in person since taking the job in April 2020.
Child poverty is a serious subject – Keir Starmer is right to expose Boris Johnson’s ‘dodgy’ statistics
The party leaders clashed on the government’s record on inequality yesterday, writes John Rentoul. Here are the facts Thursday 25 June 2020 11:00 Keir Starmer asked about child poverty at Prime Minister’s Questions a week ago, quoting the Social Mobility Commission, whose report had been published that morning.
'Chaotic' handling of Coronavirus crisis 'disaster' for Mansfield business and families as 1,725 'pinged'
'Chaotic' handling of the Coronavirus crisis 'has been a disaster' for Mansfield businesses and families as 1,725 'pinged' to self isolate. So says , leader of Mansfield Labour Group, and who is also the town’s mayor. He was speaking after Labour Leader Keir Starmer challenged the Tories to match the August 7 date announced by Mark Drakeford, the Welsh Labour leader, on Friday.